October 2017 CAPH Conference

 
CAPH returns to the Eden Project on Friday 20th October 2017 for a one day conference:
 
Big Stuff About the Brain.
 
We are welcoming Dr Andrew Curran as our keynote speaker. A practicing paediatric neurologist at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, Andrew makes the complicated workings of the learning brain not simple but understandable. And he does it in such a way that everyone can use what they have learned to improve what goes on in school.  
 
When you get to hear Andrew speak, you will not only remember it forever but you will also immediately ask yourself why an understanding of the neurobiology of living, loving, learning and growing isn’t on the syllabus for all teacher training everywhere? But then not all neurobiologists speak with the same no-nonsense honesty, depth and breadth of knowledge and raw, unnerving passion that Andrew exhibits when he speaks.
The day will also feature inputs from the Headstart Kernow team, Kernow Education Arts Partnership and The Story Republicans.
 
The Market Place will provide opportunities to browse the latest education products and services, and also offer mini-workshops, games, and challenges. 
 
Date: Friday 20th October 2017
Venue: The Gallery, The Eden Project
Timings: 8.30am-1.45pm
Cost: Free for CAPH member schools, 2 free places per school
Booking: Complete the booking form
 
Lunch and refreshments provided, and you will have free entry to the full Eden site for the day. 

Agenda for the day

8.30am – Registration opens, refreshments available, Marketplace opens

The Story Republicans will be performing throughout the registration period, including a special performance related to Charles Causley’s centenary.  Also a chance to take on the PonyCycle assault course!

9.30am Welcome, followed by

Headstart Kernow – Charlotte Hill and Richard Head will give an update on the development of the Headstart Kernow project since receiving the Big Lottery grant and what is happening to support children in your schools.

10.00am Dr Andrew Curran – Big Stuff about the Brain.  Bring the best out of all your learners with a better understanding of the relationship between teaching, learning and the human brain.

11.00am Refreshment break. Tea, coffee and snacks available. Marketplace open, pop-up performances from the Story Republicans.

11.45am KEAP Kernow Arts Education Project – Helen Reynolds will talk about the work KEAP is doing with schools to encourage reluctant writers.

12.00pm Dr Andrew Curran – Big Stuff about the Brain. Andrew will continue to make the complicated workings of the learning brain not only simple but understandable.  

1.45pm Lunch & Close. Lunch will be provided.  Final Marketplace visit.

Once the conference is finished, delegates are free to stay on site and explore the Biomes until Eden closes to the public.  Keep your lanyard to use if asked for a ticket. 

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk